Archives For Observations

Welcome to the world of QR codes. These little bar code like graphics can contain valuable information which can allow anyone with a smartphone to connect to whatever data you want to share.

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The question for today is what is a fact and what is truth and how are they different? Not easy to answer since perspective and interpretation play a role.

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There are many great women architects that have made an impact to the profession. This is just the tip of the iceberg but it’s a good place to start.

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The Kitchen is Key

Bob Borson —  May 2, 2011 — 9 Comments

Home is where the heart is but the kitchen is the heart of the home. Here is some data of the poularity of different kitchen features.

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A big bag of nothing

Bob Borson —  April 28, 2011 — 11 Comments

A look at the different way clients view construction budgets. It’s either a big bag of something or a big bag of nothing. Which one are you?

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Ten cathedrals you should see before you are done looking at cathedrals. I have put together a list including cathedrals from all over the world, including Russia, Norway, France, Italy and Spain.

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Top 10 Things you’ll never hear an Architect say – a list of things that an architect has probably never said. How much does an architect work? Do architects take vacations?

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